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Carbures attends DeciElec Embedded Systems

Carbures attends DeciElec Embedded Systems

This week, Carbures has participated as an exhibitor at DeciElec Embedded Systems, a reference event in the sector of electronic systems, connected and embedded, on October 18 and 19 in Toulouse, France. With its presence at this event, the international company strengthens its position in the European market in the development of highly critical electronic equipment and systems, expanding the customer portfolio.

This is not the first time that Carbures is present in one of the most important calls of this sector. The first was in 2015, which opened the doors to Thales Alenia Space, the largest European satellite manufacturer, with whom he is currently talking to make proposals for the coming year. One of the characteristics of DeciElec is its purely electronic approach, so the b2b meetings on which the event is based are very technical and buyers come with very particular needs, which is a great advantage for a company specializing in development of ad-hoc solutions, such as Carbures.

On this occasion, the Carbures delegation was composed by Javier Cortés, Business Development Manager, and Agustín Méndez, Airborne Equipment Program Manager. Both have been representing the Company in a stand that has hosted an exhibition of several of its most representative products: the control stick of the MRTT, the prototype of the gimbal for tracking targets or the angle indicator of flaps of the C295, among others.

In addition to being a global leader in the manufacture of parts in composite materials such as carbon fiber, Carbures also stands out for its positioning in the systems area. Thus, the Company has developments that generate great interest in the market, such as the flight control stick of Airbus MRTT or the development of the collaborative robot Hiro, for the process of measurement of thickness of aeronautical parts.


 328,    20  Oct  2017 ,   blog.carbures
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